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Wisconsin Motorcycle Permit Practice Test 4

Get a sneak peek of the questions you may find on the Wisconsin Motorcycle Test. Our FREE WI Motorcycle Practice Test has questions just like the ones on the real DMV test. Take out FREE practice test today!
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Wisconsin Motorcycle Permit Test Description

You motorcycle permit test can cover a variety of topics, including traffic laws, driver safety rules and road signs. Our practice tests will give you an advantage for the actual exam.

Our Wisconsin Motorcycle Permit Practice Test Will Build Your Confidence

Before you get on a motorcycle, the state of Wisconsin wants to know that you have a basic understanding of traffic laws and can easily determine what the road signs you see mean. You will want to acquire a copy of the state driver's manual to begin learning the information. Don't worry; it's not difficult to learn, but it might feel that way since it is entirely new to you. This is where our practice tests come in handy. After spending some time studying the official manual, you will be ready to see how much you have learned. Our practice tests provide you with a random sampling of questions on the material in the manual.

Your motorcycle permit test can include questions about road signs, traffic laws and even driver safety rules. Our practice tests work similarly to the actual test. Each time you take our practice test, you might find questions you have not answered before now, which makes taking our tests as often as you can fit them into your schedule a great idea. You do not need to set aside much time to practice with our exams. Anytime you have a few minutes and Internet connection is a good opportunity. Our practice exams help you build confidence not only for your test but also for real driving situations.

When the day arrives to take your knowledge exam, you can relax because you will recognize the testing format and be an expert on answering multiple-choice questions. In Wisconsin, you will take your written knowledge test on a touch screen and get the results of each question after submitting the answer. As you answer each question, the test will automatically load the next question for you. In order to qualify for your motorcycle permit, you will need to answer at least 80 percent of the questions correctly. This might seem like a high score, but if you have put in the study time and practiced with our tests, you will feel confident and more at ease.


A primary cause of single-vehicle crashes by motorcyclists is what?
  • Motorcyclists swerving to avoid a collision with another vehicle, and instead hitting the roadway or a building.
  • Motorcyclists running wide in a curve or turn, followed by colliding with a fixed object or the roadway.
  • Motorcyclists becoming distracted by a pedestrian, losing control of their vehicle, and crashing into the roadway.
  • None of the listed answers.
A Type 1 motorcycle can operate at speeds faster than _____ mph.
  • 30
  • 40
  • 25
  • 50
  • 60
As a rider of a motorcycle there are ways you can lessen your chances of being involved in an accident. Which of the following is a suggested way of being more responsible?
  • Be visible by wearing proper clothing.
  • Maintain a good distance between you and other driver's.
  • Be prepared to act in emergency or potential hazards.
  • Communicate your intentions to other drivers with use of signals and brake lights.
  • All of the answers listed.
If group riding, the second rider is to stay how many seconds behind in the right side of the lane?
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
If riding on a slippery surface cannot be avoided, what should you do?
  • Use both the front and rear brake simultaneously and gently to slow down before reaching the slippery surface, without moving suddenly. Keep your motorcycle straight.
  • Slow down immediately by using the front brake.
  • Speed up as this will help you get through the slippery surface fast and effectively.
  • Quickly use the rear brake only to slow down while passing through the slippery area.
  • Slow down with either brake and tilt slightly to one side so that you can easily catch yourself if you start slipping.